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an advantage bestowed by legislation that reduces a tax on some preferred activity

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Persons registered for VAT now have to provide notice to Customs of arrangements entered into for the purpose of obtaining a tax advantage.
(9) Not even tax advantages are sufficient incentives to continued support as the costs continue to spiral upward in excess of inflation and eclipsing almost all other portions of the economy.
IHT is payable at 40% on all assets over PS325,000 which could negate these generous tax advantages, if the ISA monies are unutilised.
European Commission Vice-President Joaquin Almunia said: "Economic interest groupings and their investors have benefited unlawfully from tax advantages which they must now repay to the Spanish state." Workers in shipyards had been protesting ahead of the decision, fearing the ruling will hurt the industry.
Middle-aged survey respondents (ages 35-54) are less likely than those older to say they understand the tax advantages of annuities very much or completely (56 percent vs.
The transaction must "be made in good faith" which requires an examination as to whether there was "some potential for benefit other than the potential estate tax advantages that might result from holding assets in the partnership form" (Thompson).
For the eco-wise investor who has done the land use and envisioning homework there are many exciting ways to produce positive outcomes, including the possibility of tax advantages such as those available through Federal and State programs and the 1031 Like-Kind Exchange as defined by section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C.
A Spanish law allows only agricultural cooperatives, and not other specially protected cooperatives such as those in the fisheries and transport sectors, to sell unlimited amounts of fuel without losing the special tax advantages normally conferred on co-ops.
With that in mind, this article offers a step-by-step approach to the options based on their after-tax rate of return, providing choices that offer tax advantages no matter how much money is involved.
Nevertheless, these plans are experiencing an annual growth rate of approximately 25% without any tax advantages. Employer demand for employees continues and employer health benefit costs have increased 70% in the past five years.
Among those with children over 12, 84% gave federal tax-free withdrawals as the principal reason for investing in a 529 plan, followed by ease of setting up an account (69%), low cost (60%) and state tax advantages (64%).
Not only do landlords get paid upfront and avoid the risk of losing money, they also receive tax advantages. Because of the 1031 Exchange, landlords are able to take the money they receive for their lease and use it to reinvest, tax-free, in commercial property.
And as a property owner, she gets additional tax advantages. As the value of real estate continues to increase, home equity growth is tax-free, and property owners can borrow money against that growth.